Straightedge Theory: Full of Holes?

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When it comes to making wooden shop tools, I think that most of the modifications we make to them are to stop us from throwing the tools away by accident. Many winding sticks are a right triangle in profile. Why? Mostly (I think) to prevent you from pitching them out with the garbage. Yes, the … href=”http://www.popularwoodworking.com/woodworking-blogs/chris-schwarz-blog/straightedge-theory-full-of-holes”>Read more class=”meta-nav”>»

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